The Liguanea Festival of Fine Art and Photography to be held this Sunday will have a balance of both the experienced as well as upcoming artists on show. This exhibition is the largest one-day outdoor exhibition of Jamaican art and photography for the year.
In 1978, Jamaican dancer/choreographer, L’Antoinette Stines, founded Miami’s first, primarily black dance company, L’Acadco. Returning to Jamaica in 1982 she continued to grow with her company and together they have become dynamic ambassadors for Jamaican culture. L’Acadco’s mission is to present the rhythms of the Caribbean people on the world
YardEdge once again welcomes Guest Blogger Nicholas Stephenson. Little by little there seems to be a ray of hope on the horizon. The speed of moral decline fueled with fury since the 1970s by the inaction/unwillingness of our leaders to act positively in the interests of all our people now
“Do radio deejays contribute to the state of popular Jamaican music?” That’s the question on the table for the upcoming community forum and panel discussion hosted by the Coalition to Preserve Reggae music (CPR), in association with ZYNC TV NEW YORK LINKZ and People of Black Heritage on Thursday, April
On Saturday April 11th 2009 carnival jumbies from around Jamaica and beyond gathered at James Bond Beach in Oracabessa to participate in the annual Beach J’ouvert party. Well produced by Bacchanal Jamaica, Beach J’ouvert 2009 featured Machel Montano HD and friends and the music of Sparkles Disco, DJ Smoke from
There are several exciting events now on at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. Let’s support our budding artists! School of Drama presents its major production: COLOURED GIRLS Director – Trevor Nairne Coloured Girls emerged from the black militant-didactic confrontationist period of the 1960’s and 70’s
YardEdge: What exactly is BNM anyway? Steve Urchin: Brand New Machine…a ground breaking + envelope pushing new series presented by Mystic Urchin…every Weds night @ Fiction nightclub